Digital Badges

Bioinformatics Curiosity Digital Badge

Students who complete the following requirements can receive the 'Bioinformatics Curiosity' digital badge to display on their CV and LinkedIn and other social media:

  • 6 credits of bioinformatics (BIOF) study completed in FAES courses and workshops;

  • Up to 2 workshops can count for up to 4 credits of the digital badge (2 credits substituted for each workshop);

  • Students must earn a passing grade in any courses that will be counted toward the digital badge (i.e., either a letter grade of C or above or a “pass” if the course is pass/fail must be earned; audited courses cannot be counted toward the digital badge);

  • Courses and workshops completed since January 2021 can be counted toward the digital badge.

Courses that may count toward the Bioinformatics Curiosity digital badge:

Summer 2021

 

BIOF 101 | Introductory Coding Skills

BIOF 309 | Introduction to Python

BIOF 439 | Data Visualization with R

BIOF 440 | Data Visualization with Python

BIOF 501 | Introduction to R: Step-by-Step Guide

 

Workshops that may count toward the Bioinformatics Curiosity digital badge:

Artificial Intelligence in Your LabBIOF 052
Intermediate R Boot CampBIOF018
Introduction to Deep LearningBIOF 050
Introduction to Statistical Analysis in RBIOF 098
Introduction to Text Mining Using PythonBIOF 088
Introductory R Boot CampBIOF017
Pharmacometric Dose-Response Analyses in Clinical Trials Using RBIOF 084
Practical Scientific StatisticsBIOF 097
Python For BeginnersBIOF 020
R for Analysis of Text DataBIOF 021

 

Prevailing Science Digital Badge

General Requirements

To earn the interdisciplinary badge, 'Prevailing Science: A Pandemic World' students have to successfully* complete a minimum of 10 credits by taking designated courses within at least 3 different departments over the 2020-2021 academic year. To qualify for the badge, students must receive a B or better in all courses related to the badge.

Courses being offered in the 2020-21 Academic Year that can apply to the Prevailing Science: A Pandemic World badge include the following:
Fall 2020
GENL 401 | Leading with Emotional Intelligence
GENL 521 | Morality and Ethics in a Pandemic World I
IMMU 369 | Epidemics, Vaccines, and Prevention
IMMU 403 | Basic Principles of Immunology and Hypersensitivity
MICR 317 | Molecular Virology I
MICR 318 | Molecular Virology II
MICR 418 | Emerging Infectious Diseases I
MICR 419 | Emerging Infectious Diseases II
MICR 440 | Emerging Viruses I
MICR 441 | Emerging Viruses II
PBHL 317 | Introduction to Epidemiology I
PBHL 318 | Introduction to Epidemiology II
PBHL 516 | Health Policy and Administration I
PBHL 517 | Health Policy and Administration II
TECH 490 | Communication in Biomedical Sciences
TECH 491 | Market Assessment for Innovative Technologies in Biomedical Sciences
TECH 513 | Introduction to Technology Transfer - Issues and Processes

Spring 2021
IMMU 403 | Basic Principles of Immunology and Hypersensitivity
MICR 432 | Human Virology I
MICR 433 | Human Virology II
PBHL 450 | Global Health and Infectious Diseases
PBHL 580 | Health Economics and Econometrics Applied to the Evaluation of Research I
PBHL 581 | Health Economics and Econometrics Applied to the Evaluation of Research II

May Intersession 2021
IMMU 102 | Emerging Coronaviruses
IMMU 103 | COVID-19 Vaccines: A Comparative Approach
PPOL 101 | Introduction to National Security in Science and Medicine
 

Summer 2021
GENL 510  | Empathetic Communication in Clinical Care
IMMU 369 | Epidemics, Vaccines, and Prevention
IMMU 403 | Basic Principles of Immunology and Hypersensitivity

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